Police are yet to make any arrests nearly a month after a man was stabbed in South Ham.

Hampshire Constabulary were called at 6.08pm on June 21 by the South Central Ambulance Service who told police they were responding to a report of man having been stabbed.

The man was located outside a home in Elizabeth Road.

The man's injuries were classed as serious and police confirmed at the time that no arrests had been made and that enquiries were ongoing.

South Ham resident and father-of-three, Jamie Phillips, 25 expressed his concern that this happened so close to home.

"A lot of the time it is drug deals gone wrong but it's becoming more serious," he told the Gazette at the time.

"It is quite scary as there are kids living down our road.

"South Ham is very dodgy. Youths get away with it all the time and never get caught.

"There are so many alleyways they can dive down."

Police have today (July 14) confirmed they are still yet to make any arrests.

Anyone who witnessed this attack or has any information is asked to get in contact with police by calling 101 and quoting 44200225488.